1. Dr. Steve Paulson discusses what it means to endure evil with faith.
  2. A theologian is a passive receiver of God’s active revelation about Jesus Christ, his words, works, and ways.
  3. Who is God really? He is offensive, anarchic by the world’s standards, and far too gracious to people who don’t deserve his time or attention.
  4. God is consistently rooting us in reality—both what is seen and unseen—because that is where he is.
  5. At the heart of The Idiot is Dostoevsky's confession of faith and the confession of all Christians.
  6. It’s God’s power that we are dealing with here that is made perfect in weakness, not ours. God’s power is made perfect in the weakness of the cross.
  7. That on Pentecost God’s Spirit should function through a dozen seeming inebriates should be no surprise when this same God saves through the ignominy of the cross.
  8. In the face of abject evil, these two faithfully cling to the words and truths of he alone who is Good, Jehovah God.
  9. The point Luther made, again and again, was that distance between God and sinners is collapsed when the crucified Christ himself comes to sinners through a preacher.
  10. When Luther was in the pulpit, he was teaching, and when he was in the lecture hall at the podium, he was preaching. Linebaugh’s outstanding book will help contemporary pastors to do the same.
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